Tim Stewart

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Tim Stewart
Personal information
Born (1985-02-15) 15 February 1985 (age 38)
Sydney, Australia
Height1.99 m (6 ft 6 in)
Weight100 kg (220 lb; 16 st)
Sporting nationalityFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
Turned professional2008
Former tour(s) Asian Tour
Challenge Tour
PGA Tour China
Professional wins3
Best results in major championships
Masters Tournament DNP
PGA Championship DNP
U.S. Open DNP
The Open Championship CUT: 2009

Tim Stewart (born 15 February 1985) is an Australian professional golfer. A former Australian Amateur champion, he turned professional in November 2008 and played primarily on the Asian Tour.


Personal life

Stewart was born in Sydney, Australia, but moved to Singapore in 1989. After another stop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, he returned to Sydney in 1998 and lives there today on its Northern Beaches. Stewart first began playing golf at the age of seven, when his father began taking him to the Green Fairways driving range in Singapore. [1]


Stewart began playing as an amateur while attending school in 2003, finding considerable success and winning the Monash Masters in 2005. In that same year, he also finished as runner-up in the Mollymook Open. Stewart made a huge splash in 2006 by winning the Australian Amateur at Royal Hobart in 2006. With that win under his belt, Stewart began playing full-time, finishing as runner-up in the Rice Planters Amateur, Eastern Amateur, Dunes Medal, and Yowani Open Amateur in 2006. He was able to capture more championships in 2007, at the historic Riversdale Cup and the Singapore Open Amateur. Stewart also finished second at both the British Amateur (to American Drew Weaver), as well as the New South Wales Amateur Championship. Finally, Stewart scored another win in 2008, this time at the Tasmanian Open.

In November 2008, Stewart announced that he was turning pro. [2]

On 1 April 2009, Stewart clinched a place in the 2009 Open Championship at the International Final Qualifying in Asia, capturing the final spot in a nine-man playoff.

Stewart played on the Asian Tour in 2009 and 2011–2013. He played on the Challenge Tour in 2010 and the PGA Tour China in 2014. His best finishes were T-9 at the 2009 Iskandar Johor Open and T-9 at the 2010 The Princess. [3]


Stewart signed with Nike Golf when he turned professional and played with Nike golf equipment between 2008 and 2011. He is currently the Touring Professional for Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club in Sydney, Australia.

Amateur wins

Professional wins (3)

PGT Asia wins (1)

No.DateTournamentWinning scoreMargin of
119 Oct 2019 CAT Open−15 (67-67-67-72=273)Playoff Flag of the Philippines.svg Clyde Mondilla

Other wins (2)

Team appearances


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  1. "Tim Stewart – Player Profile". PGA Tour of Australasia . Retrieved 9 June 2009.
  2. "Tim Stewart goes professional". iseekgolf.com. 7 November 2008. Archived from the original on 26 May 2011. Retrieved 9 June 2009.
  3. "Tim Stewart". World Amateur Golf Ranking. Retrieved 20 November 2017.